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Continuous nagging pain down the ankle, aggravates with strain, worsens after night's sleep, pricking and burning sensation on soles. Normal blood test. How can I cure it?

Hi, I have this nagging pain down the ankle of my left foot .. very difficult to put my foot down first thing in the morning.. worsens after sleep at night .. gets better during the day with movement, but pain intensifies with strain. Pinpricks on the sole and burning sensation.. comes as a needle attack suddenly anytime during the day, the severe pinprick attack passes, but a nagging pain still lingers, all my blood tests are normal... hate to be inactive... need help
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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welcome to HCM

did you sprains your anlke or have accident in left ankle., if yes or know,please get your Xray of your ankle.

compresse your ankle with cold and luke warm water same time first coul then luke warm water same time one by one hope it help you if the exary report give any patlogy limefratusre or calcnium spark consult cothapedis doctors. than you.

Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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